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Rs 34000 Crore to be Sanctioned for Road Development Project in Assam

  by NEWSNER , 2021-02-01 12:56:37


Rs 34000 Crore to be Sanctioned for Road Development Project in Assam

Introducing the Union Budget for the year 2021, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that Assam to get over Rs 34,000 Crore for road projects across the state. Further, the minister added that road development work worth Rs 19,000 crore in progress. 

 

Crucial 3 Years:

 

Minister Nirmala Sitharaman reported 1300 kilometres of roadway development in Assam in the following 3 years. To help the framework, Sitharaman reported thruway works in different states also remembering 3500 km hallway for Tamil Nadu, 1100 km in Kerala at a venture of Rs. 65,000 crore, 675 km in West Bengal for Rs. 95000. 

 

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Current Projects:

 

The current stretch (Ch-208.00 km on NH-15 to Ch.265.50 km on NH 15) from the finish of Biswanath Chariali by-pass to Gohpur is a segment of the SARDP-NE Project interfacing Itanagar, the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Government of India, had chosen to extend the roadway up to Itanagar in the State of Assam on Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Mode. 

 

The agreement of the road was granted to TK Engineering Consortium Private Limited. The complete length from Biswanath Chariali to Gohpur is 57.5 km of four-path (208 km to 265 km). In this segment of the stretch, the number of minor extensions is 26 and out of them, 20 have been finished. The quantity of significant extensions is four while all the foundations of these scaffolds have been finished. There are 78 culverts and 50 have been finished. This bit likewise covers four Railway over Bridge (ROB) and works in all the ROB are in advancement.

 

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